Category: Calls

SIAA Call for papers

Call for Papers for a panel on Smart City and Sustainability at the next SIAA (Italian Society for Applied Anthropology) annual meeting in Ferrara, Italy (12-14 December 2019). TITLE: City 3.0 is on its way:...

Les nouveaux territoires de l’énergie

Le secteur de l’énergie connaît depuis le début du XXè siècle de profonds bouleversements. Dans un contexte d’après pétrole et de méfiance vis-à-vis du nucléaire le basculement vers un nouveau mix énergétique fondé sur...

Energy and Environmental Justice: A Multidisciplinary Workshop @ Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 21-22 October 2019

Energy and Environmental Justice: A Multidisciplinary Workshop @ Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 21-22 October 2019

Invitation for papers that explore the justice implications of energy systems, energy infrastructures and energy cultures/practices. The workshop will gather contributions studying inequalities in how energy is produced, distributed and consumed around the world....

Mémoire et énergie – Socio-anthropologie 42

Mémoire et énergie – Socio-anthropologie 42

Date limite de réception des propositions d’articles : 15 septembre 2019 Argumentaire Le numéro propose d’étudier les liens spécifiques et rarement évoqués entre la mémoire et l’énergie. L’énergie, comme concept moderne issu de la science...

CFP: Histories of Flexibility

*CALL FOR PAPERS* Histories of Flexibility   Special Issue Journal of Energy History / Revue d’histoire de l’énergie (JEHRHE)   Co-Editors: Peter Forman (Lancaster University) Stanley Blue (Lancaster University) Elizabeth Shove (Lancaster University)  ...

CFP: NAWEA/WindTech 2019 Conference (deadline extended May 1, 2019)

CFP: NAWEA/WindTech 2019 Conference (deadline extended May 1, 2019)

This is a reminder about abstracts for NAWEA/WindTech 2019 Conference, which will be held October 14-16, 2019 at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Abstracts for papers and posters are due 1 May.   This conference...

Anthropology in a time of climate change: theoretical questions, productive problems

Climate change produces problems for anthropology. Like other global phenomena, its scale is both difficult to comprehend and challenging for the immediate methods of anthropology. Insofar as climate change is anthropogenic (human-made), humans–or, rather, certain forms of human existence–have become a geological force at the planetary level. How can humans, as anthropology ethave claimed, be both cultural beings (more-than-mere-nature) bound to place, yet a global geological force of “nature”?

CFP: Energy Impacts at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management June 2-7, 2019 at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

CFP: Energy Impacts at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management June 2-7, 2019 at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

There is one week remaining to submit individual paper presentations for the 2019 ISSRM meeting (due March 05). If you would like your paper to be included in one of the Energy Impacts sessions...

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Doctoriales transdisciplinaires des ressources

A l’heure de la transition énergétique et de l’importance croissante des préoccupations environnementales, au niveau local comme à l’échelle globale, il apparaît important de poursuivre les réflexions sur la notion de ressource et les processus de gouvernance associés (Collier et Venables, 2010).

Share your photos with us!

We are looking for people willing to share photos about energy on this website (from their research or their daily life). Photos can be of extraction, electricity generation, natural resources, uses/users of energy, or...

CFP:  Power, Drivers, and Narratives in Sustainable Energy Transitions – 4S 2019 New Orleans (September 4-7, 2019)

CFP: Power, Drivers, and Narratives in Sustainable Energy Transitions – 4S 2019 New Orleans (September 4-7, 2019)

To those interested in STS perspectives on energy transitions, please consider submitting your abstract to the Open Panel 106: As energy transitions are happening everywhere, two dominant and competing narratives are shaping policies, markets,...